Definition of Morticed

1. Verb. (past of mortice) ¹



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Definition of Morticed

1. mortice [v] - See also: mortice

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Morticed

mortgage holder
mortgage lender
mortgage loan
mortgageable
mortgaged
mortgagee
mortgagees
mortgageless
mortgager
mortgagers
mortgages
mortgaging
mortgagor
mortgagors
mortice
morticed (current term)
morticer
morticers
mortices
mortician
morticians
morticing
mortiferous
mortific
mortification
mortifications
mortified
mortifiedness
mortifier
mortifiers

Literary usage of Morticed

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1. George Brown, D.D.: Pioneer-missionary and Explorer, an Autobiography by George Brown (1908)
"Weight of side stones about thirty-five tons each, height 17 feet, top stone morticed into side stones. ..."

2. Guide for Drawing the Acanthus, and Every Description of Ornamental Foliage by James Page (1886)
"pearance, the forms of square and round-headed bolts were placed, to appear as if the whole of the outer work were morticed and bolted together. ..."

3. A Manual of Domestic Economy: Suited to Families Spending from £150 to £1500 by John Henry Walsh (1874)
"... are morticed into it at (ef), and gradually approaching each other as they pass forwards, they form a narrow opening, " the chops of together, ..."

4. The Cultivator by New York State Agricultural Society (1860)
"Another form of construction ¡я first to make a foundation frame of side pieces about 2 by 8 inches, connected together by four cross bars morticed into ..."

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